We Could Have Invited Everyone
We Could Have Invited Everyone was a micronational exhibition occurring in 2004 and 2005. Both exhibitions coincided with a micronational summit. The exhibitions featured over twenty artists' micronations, model nations and 'concept nation states', featuring non-art pieces such as stamps, currency, passports and secessionist trivia. Alongside this was artwork by artists such as Yoko Ono and Nina Katchadourian.
A micronational summit was held at the Reg Vardey Gallery on 25 November to accompany the 2004 Exhibition. The international summit was noted to be the first of its kind. Danny Wallace moderated the summit.
The Summit was described with the tagline A General Assembly with Representatives of Real and Possible Countries. The conference itself took place at The Theresa Lang Community and Student Center. The event concluded with a party, film screening and citizenship drive at The Vera List Courtyard. Both of these locations were on the campus of The New School.
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- Raven, Francis (September 2005) We Could Have Invited Everyone. The Brooklyn Rail.
- Barliant, Claire “We Could Have Invited Everyone”. Artforum.
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- (29 October 2004) Hidden nations revealed. The Northern Echo.
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- We Could Have Invited Everyone. University of Sunderland. Archived on the 6th of September 2009.
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- The "Summit," followed by party for fictional states issue. Cabinet Magazine.